LAHORE TheNation Editor-in-Chief and NPT Chairman Majid Nizami on Saturday paid glowing tributes to educational services rendered by ex-CM Shaheed Ghulam Haider Wyne and termed him a Sir Syed Ahmad Khan of Mianchannu. Chairing a special sitting at Aiwan-e-Karkunan-e- Tehrik-e-Pakistan on Saturday held to mark the 18th death anniversary of late Pakistan Movement worker Shaheed Wyne, the NPT Chairman regretted that the killers of Ghulam Haider Wyne were still at large even after 18 years. It is worth mentioning here that Mianchannu is a small city of Punjab situated about 300 kilometres towards south of Lahore and was the native town of Wyne. Shaheed Wyne throughout his life worked to bring educational, industrial and agriculture revolution in his area. He was killed during his election campaign in 1993. NPT and Pakistan Movement Workers Trust since then are jointly organising a sitting on the occasion of late Wynes death anniversary. The wife of Ghulam Haider Wyne, Begum Majida Wyne was the chief guest at Saturdays sitting. She, during her speech, remembered that her husband was the bright example of human dignity. He was the enthusiastic worker of Muslim League and he established institutions like NPT and Pakistan Movement Workers Trust. I am sure that the soul of Shaheed Wyne would be pleased as both the trusts have been spreading the message of Pakistan Ideology under the leadership of Majid Nizami, she added. Majid Nizami said late Wyne was the voice of the poor and middle class people, therefore, the local feudal lords were his opponents. They (landlords) could not bear that a person belonging to a middle class family attained the position of Chief Minister. Had there been leaders like Ghulam Haider Wyne, the present and future of the country could have been secured. Ghulam Haider Wyne was the regular reader of Nawa-i-Waqt. NPT Vice-chairman Professor Dr Rafique Ahmad also lauded the services of late Wyne for the country. Shaheed Wyne was the true follower of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Allama Iqbal.